It’s #TriviaTuesday at the Colorado Railroad Museum! This video, our question is: In what year was the “Violets and Daisies” china pattern, which became standard on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Dining Cars (including those on the California Zephyr) created?

Don’t know the answer? Read the latest Dining on the Rails post to find out!

Participants are invited to submit their responses as a comment or message! Each week we will select a winner from the correct responses to receive free Museum admission!

Last Question: What was Rio Grande Southern Steam Locomotive No. 20’s name while serving on the Florence & Cripple Creek Railroad? Answer: The “Portland!”

Last time we received 12 correct answers! Our winner, selected by random is Benjamin Gray who responded on Facebook! We also received correct responses from jamesleyshon, jacobdurbin5480, nathancorcoran5347, johnrhodes4273, mattoman1045, ColoradoTrainNerd, Rocky Dyr, Miles Best, a.lilbit.looney, thecrazyrailroader & jjon87784!

Have a GREAT Trivia Question you’d like us to feature? Send it in to the Museum at for consideration! #crrm #trains #triviatuesday #musicbyHyce


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